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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Stafftracey pooh Date: Jun 1, 2005 6:40am
Forum: forums Subject: Re: So close...

hi, ok,

so i think the issue might be that you have a "rules.conf" file in your item that might have caused mp3s *not* to be made (did you not want them "derived" from your flac/oggs?)

the audio (See "Whole Directory" link on the left) is fully downloadable.
i'm not sure what "triggers" files to show up in the middle wide column, but it seems if there are mp3s and/or wavs, then rows show up...

going to ask brad leblanc to help us out here on that...

--tracey, webmaster

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffBrad Leblanc Date: Jun 1, 2005 8:48am
Forum: forums Subject: Re: So close...

We're good - the links in the middle of the page are created with the files.xml information, so I Edited the details page, clicked "File Options" and filled it out again.

10 minutes later, the links appeared correctly. We see this happen a lot in the LMA section if users rename or change files after importing and describing them.

-Brad

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffJ.B. Nicholson-Owens Date: Jun 2, 2005 9:10am
Forum: forums Subject: It ain't over 'til it's over, and now it's over!

I was operating on the (apparently incorrect) idea that I could get archive.org to somehow see the files I was seeing on the FTP site if I asked the site to make derivatives. I didn't really want derivatives, but I thought I could turn it off if I saw archive.org trying to make derivatives.

So I turned on derivative files, checked my process list, and didn't see derivatives in the job queue. So that idea proved to be a bust, hence I turned off derivative creation and waited for someone who knew better to do something.

Thanks to both of you for your attentive help, everything is fine now.

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